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Old September 8th, 2012, 07:28 PM
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Default How to create up VS2010 asp.net Properties page?

Hi all,
I feel really stupid, but for a new VS2010 ASP.Net web site, how do I add a Properties item under the project? The one which you can double-click to bring up the Properties page which has the properties, application, web, settings, and other tabs along the left side?

I must be googling for something just a little bit wrong.

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Old September 9th, 2012, 04:04 AM
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Hi there,

A Web Site Project (created using File | New Website) doesn't have this. You can right-click the site in the Solution Explorer and choose Property Pages to get some of that functionality for a web site.

A Web Application Project (File | New Project) does have Properties as you'd expect.


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Thanks much, I knew it was something simple!
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The web site projects don't have the same property pages as the web application projects.

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